UK department store chain Debenhams is to shut all its outlets, administrators for the collapsed group said, with the loss of around 12,000 jobs.
To offer the first dose of the coronavirus vaccination to as many people as possible, the UK is delaying the necessary second dose. Many scientists think this isn’t the best idea.
All arrivals to the UK will have to quarantine and show negative virus tests from today, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Friday, as hospitalisations and deaths continued to soar but new cases fell.
Wind power accounted for more than half of Britain’s daily generated electricity on Dec 26 in the wake of Storm Bella, warming more homes than ever, according to energy giant Drax.
The Ministry of Public Health will ask the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) to defer the entry of British visitors to the country after the fast-spreading B117 strain of COVID-19 was found in four British nationals entering Thailand on December 21.
The European Union and Britain have published the full text of their post-Brexit trade deal, detailing areas both sides fiercely wrangled over for months.
Stranded lorry drivers saw the prospect of spending Christmas with their families fade on Wednesday even after France eased Covid travel restrictions from Britain.
The case highlighted the unscrupulous people trafficking networks spanning the globe.
The new variant of COVID-19 found in the UK may spread quickly, but that does not mean it is more dangerous. The newly developed vaccines will still work, though they may need further adjustments down the line.
The Indian state of Maharashtra has imposed a night curfew on cities including the country’s financial hub Mumbai because of fears about the new coronavirus strain from Britain, the local government said.
France and Britain will reopen cross-border travel after a snap 48-hour ban.
The UK has found a new variant of the novel coronavirus, and the contagious rate is 70 percent higher than the original virus.
Transport chaos is triggered by emergence of a more contagious variant of the C-19.
With a 90-year-old grandmother becoming the first person to receive the vaccine.
EU and UK post-Brexit trade talks reaches crisis point.
British Ambassador: Recent rumours of a trade deal with Cambodia are “not true”.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to present a new three-tiered alert system for coronavirus cases in England on Monday, with northwestern Liverpool expected to be the only city placed in the top category.
“This is going to be a fantastic year for Britain” was Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s prediction for 2020. He couldn’t have been more wrong.
Recent events in the British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands are seen by some as an indication that Britain is showing signs of improving tax transparency in its overseas territories, although activists say more still needs to be done.
Four men are due to go on trial in Britain on Monday in connection with the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants whose bodies were found in a lorry in southeast England.
Foreign Affairs minister calls to maintain the flow of Asean-UK trade and investment.
Britain readied to intentionally breach its EU divorce treaty with new legislation.
The United Kingdom’s total exports of goods and services to China rose from 20 billion pounds ($26 billion) in 2011 to 45 billion pounds in 2019.
9 Cambodian students are granted a fully funded year of postgraduate studies in UK.
It may be too early to say the Coronavirus is reshaping the world order. But one thing is for sure: It’s pushing the UK to “get real” in its approach toward the world’s second-largest economy.
Preparing for a new role is always exciting, but especially so when the assignment is leading the United Kingdom’s largest overseas diplomatic network. In normal times, the preceding weeks involve a range of meetings. But these are not normal times.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he will only impose another nationwide coronavirus lockdown as a last resort, comparing the tool to “a nuclear deterrent” in a Sunday newspaper interview.
Finally, we must turn our attention back to the countries which seek to define the global conversation. Five of them are permanent members of the UN Security Council – China, Russia, the UK, France and the US.
British lawmakers on Tuesday heaped fresh pressure on the government for its handling of the coronavirus outbreak, calling its testing regime “inadequate” in the early stages.
British columnist Simon Tisdall wrote “Britain is the sick man of Europe,” a reflection by the British themselves on their government’s response to the crisis.